Success Is a Two-Way Street

When I was pursuing my EdM in Higher Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, one of my courses was on immigration and education in the United States. The professor for that class was one of my favorites. One day, we were having a large group discussion about the barriers in government policy thatContinue reading “Success Is a Two-Way Street”

How Will Your Employer Advance DEI?

Since the George Floyd case, support for Black Lives Matter has been on the rise globally. More and more people are starting to understand that racism is a public health issue. This might be news to some people, but it is not to me. In fact, I attended the Boston Civic Leaders Summit last year,Continue reading “How Will Your Employer Advance DEI?”

How Will You Use Your Voice?

As I mentioned in my bio and post Find New Paths to Explore, I work in higher education. If anybody has been paying attention to the news on this industry, you are aware that colleges and universities across the United States recently determined or still are determining if they will offer courses in person, online,Continue reading “How Will You Use Your Voice?”

Life’s Work: Bridging Worldviews

Yesterday I continued my series Life’s Work with the story of my friend and former roommate Melody Wilson in Life’s Work: Planting Seeds for Empowerment. Today I am sharing the story of my mentor, friend, colleague, and former carpool buddy InĂ©s Maturana Sendoya. She has lived an interesting life from her childhood in Colombia toContinue reading “Life’s Work: Bridging Worldviews”